Our Board of Directors

Our Directors are unpaid volunteers who do not claim expenses

Stephen Beggs

A chartered Civil & Structured Engineer involved with pier restoration works since 1995. Proud to be part of a team safeguarding this beautiful structure towards its 150th year.

Andrew Brown

A Bristolian who escaped to Clevedon in 2003 and has worked in the construction industry since leaving college. MD of a Civil Engineering company as well as being involved in a number of other businesses.

Phil Curme

A specialist in the leadership and deliver of transformational change. Extensive experience in the financial services sector. Passionate about heritage.
MA in Military History.

Ali Camp

Has worked in marketing for over twenty years, and then retrained as a primary school teacher. Has been involved in education, in a variety of capacities, ever since. Active and keen Pagoda volunteer.

Tamsin Curnow

A journalist who has worked nationally and locally for the last twenty-five years in newspapers, radio and television - and now a keen Clevedon Pier volunteer.

Anne Hughes

Teacher, musician and education manager in UK and abroad for many years and now International Development Manager for a school photography company.

Robin Mendham

Civil servant, HR professional and Chartered Member of CIPD. Originally from Bridgewater but has recently put down roots in Clevedon. Proud to help support the Pier for the enjoyment of everyone.

Chris Roberts

(Finance Director)
A Chartered Accountant who has spent most of his career in the music industry with stints in Paris and New York, as well as the UK. Currently working for an artist and his record company based near Bath.

Lindsey Scott

(Company Secretary)
A nurse and NHS executive with 42 years experience including company secretary and university lecturer roles. Experience of governance, people and project management. An enthusiastic, and recent, Pier volunteer.

Simon Talbot Ponsonby

A Chartered Civil Engineer with extensive experience in running both multi-disciplinary large-scale strategic projects, and, through his long association with the Pier, running charities.

Peter Stickland (Chair)

A manufacturing and construction specialist with a deep interest in using heritage sites to strengthen the life of local communities. Led the recent transformation at the Bishop's Palace in Wells.

Tom Vaughan

A marketing and communication specialist who has worked for large FTSE 100 companies and smaller local organisations.